hibernate startNetworkServer.bat

I am not able to start the server when I click on
startNetworkServer.bat

Window appears for a second and then disappears/
hipalAsked:
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objectsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
alternatively find derbyrun.jar and  run this

java -jar derbyrun.jar server start
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objectsCommented:
what exactly is it starting?
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Strider10Commented:
Your file startNetworkServer.bat is a type of script file open it in notepad and paste the contents in here then tell us what you want the file to do when you click it. Making the computer hibernate should be simple enough?
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hipalAuthor Commented:
i AM SORRY .. I FORGOT TO WRITE IT IS FOR DB DERBY

@echo off

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CALL "%~dp0derby_common.bat" %*

if "%_JAVACMD%"=="" goto end

if "%_USE_CLASSPATH%"=="no" goto runNoClasspath
if not "%CLASSPATH%"=="" goto runWithClasspath

:runNoClasspath
"%_JAVACMD%" %DERBY_OPTS% -classpath "%LOCALCLASSPATH%" org.apache.derby.drda.NetworkServerControl start %DERBY_CMD_LINE_ARGS%
goto end

:runWithClasspath
"%_JAVACMD%" %DERBY_OPTS% -classpath "%CLASSPATH%;%LOCALCLASSPATH%" org.apache.derby.drda.NetworkServerControl start %DERBY_CMD_LINE_ARGS%
goto end

:end
set _JAVACMD=
set DERBY_CMD_LINE_ARGS=
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CEHJCommented:
Don't start it by clicking: change directory to the directory containing startNetworkServer.bat and start it by typing the name of the file and hitting return
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CEHJCommented:
(at the command line of course)
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hipalAuthor Commented:
not working that way too ..

says - File was unexpected at this time
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objectsCommented:
think you'll find double clicking is starting it
it just gets started in the background

what makes you think it is not running?
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hipalAuthor Commented:
but then why I my window getting closed  :S ..wasted so much a time because of this :(
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CEHJCommented:
>>alternatively find derbyrun.jar and  run this

That's *not* doing what the batch file is attempting to do
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hipalAuthor Commented:
ohh .. then ?
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objectsCommented:
> ohh .. then ?

don't worry, his comments are wrong. he would appear to have not actually ever used derby
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CEHJCommented:
You might get away with it but the batch file does things other than starting the networked version of Derby
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